1. No llores porque ya se terminó. Sonríe porque sucedió.

    Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.

    Gabriel García Márquez

    R.I.P.

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  2. dendroica:

Curtains in the Fog (by Miles Morgan)

    dendroica:

    Curtains in the Fog (by Miles Morgan)

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    photo

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  5. bluepueblo:

Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River, Oregon
photo via sandra

    bluepueblo:

    Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River, Oregon

    photo via sandra

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    photo

    photo

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  7. nitanahkohe:

Devil’s Tower in English, Náhkȯhevee’e (Bear Tipi) in Cheyenne

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    Devil’s Tower in English, Náhkȯhevee’e (Bear Tipi) in Cheyenne

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  8. dendroica:

mucholderthen:

An Araneomorph Spider of Family Dysderidae
High-def macro photography by Kliton Hysa (Tirana, Albania)93 images stacked in zerene stackerOctober 8, 2012
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Araneomorph spiders like this one have opposing fangs that cross in a pinching action. Mygalomorphae (for example, tarantulas) have fangs that point straight down and are parallel to each other.
Spiders of the family Dysderidae (woodlouse hunters, sowbug-eating spiders or cell spiders) are found primarily in Eurasia, although extending into North Africa [and eastern North America] … 

Animalia >  Arthropoda >  Arachnida >   Araneae >Suborder: Opisthothelae >  Infraorder: Araneomorphae [a/k/a Labidognatha]

I love their beady eyes.

    dendroica:

    mucholderthen:

    An Araneomorph Spider of Family Dysderidae

    High-def macro photography by Kliton Hysa (Tirana, Albania)
    93 images stacked in zerene stacker
    October 8, 2012

    Download/view larger version (1578 x 2090)

    Araneomorph spiders like this one have opposing fangs that cross in a pinching action. Mygalomorphae (for example, tarantulas) have fangs that point straight down and are parallel to each other.

    Spiders of the family Dysderidae (woodlouse hunters, sowbug-eating spiders or cell spiders) are found primarily in Eurasia, although extending into North Africa [and eastern North America] … 

    Animalia >  Arthropoda >  Arachnida >   Araneae >
    Suborder: Opisthothelae >  Infraorder: Araneomorphae [a/k/a Labidognatha]

    I love their beady eyes.

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  9. explore-blog:

Madeleine L’Engle on creativity, writing, censorship, and the art of disturbing the universe – spectacular read. 

    explore-blog:

    Madeleine L’Engle on creativity, writing, censorship, and the art of disturbing the universe – spectacular read. 

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